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What would you do with freepictures of everything on Earth?            Paul Houle
How it all startedPhoto Credit: Daniel Sparing   The slides to this talk are licensed CC-BY-SA/3.0
Flickr kills the dream…
But Creative Commons Saves the Day
animalphotos.info
dbpedia& the semantic web Subject         Predicate (Verb)       Object <dbpedia:Albatross><rdf:type><dbpedia-owl:Bird> . ...
Taxonomy Construction and Data Integration                            Input Data     RDF            Freebase           Rel...
automating the processIdentify topics      search for candidates   filter correct images                                  ...
amazon mechanical turk
carpictures.cc
Fueleconomy.gov                                         Wikipedia                                                       Ho...
the business model              People use                images Gather                        Peoplecontent              ...
how many things exist?The game of 20 questions  220 = about a million…
what sort of things exist?“Everything on Earth:” Places, People, Creative Works, Life Forms, TechnologicalArtifacts
ny-pictures.com
geospatial selection +   Wikipedia graph
The only way is noway…The only limits areno limits…The only taxonomyis no taxonomy…
exploring the earth’s noösphere        people                                         creative works                      ...
ookaboo.com takes off
topics      pictures                 sources                     Network analysis                             +           ...
ookaboo
ookaboo semantic API                         http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thailand                                        ...
Why don’t computers understand human language?               The Ink is In The Pen                The Pig is In The PenTha...
the human memome project     One ring to bind them all?
Top-down? Bottom-up? Both!Merge data from a wide range of sources, continuously test against reality byperformance in prac...
21st century knowledge engineering             R   Databases D          Logic             F“machine learning” + rules + so...
A Market in Common Sense
Linked Data Business Models     Free Shared Vocabulary Enables   …but the profit motive  Interconnection…     spurs invest...
Ookaboo directions•   Official RDF dump•   More pictures•   Better navigation•   Better accuracy•   Semantically targeted ...
Questions?                       http://ookaboo.com/All images on Ookaboo are public domain or creative commons and can be...
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A presentation I gave at the NYC Semantic Web meetup on Dec 8, 2011. I talk about Ookaboo.com, a collection of images that are tagged with precise Linked Data terms from Freebase and DBpedia.

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  1. 1. What would you do with freepictures of everything on Earth? Paul Houle
  2. 2. How it all startedPhoto Credit: Daniel Sparing The slides to this talk are licensed CC-BY-SA/3.0
  3. 3. Flickr kills the dream…
  4. 4. But Creative Commons Saves the Day
  5. 5. animalphotos.info
  6. 6. dbpedia& the semantic web Subject Predicate (Verb) Object <dbpedia:Albatross><rdf:type><dbpedia-owl:Bird> . http://dbpedia.org/ontology/Bird http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#typehttp://dbpedia.org/resource/Albatross
  7. 7. Taxonomy Construction and Data Integration Input Data RDF Freebase Relational CSV RDF Processing Pipeline OWL SPARQL 1.1 SPIN RIF Hadoop OutputTriple Store RDF File CMS NoSQL Lucene
  8. 8. automating the processIdentify topics search for candidates filter correct images describe imagesdbpedia flickr
  9. 9. amazon mechanical turk
  10. 10. carpictures.cc
  11. 11. Fueleconomy.gov Wikipedia Honda Concept Cars 2007 2008 2009 S360 FCX CivicChevrolet Honda Volkswagen Front-Wheel Drive Vehicles Civic Accord Element Chevrolet Honda Volkswagen S360 Civic Accord Element FCX
  12. 12. the business model People use images Gather Peoplecontent make links Advertising Site gets Revenue more traffic
  13. 13. how many things exist?The game of 20 questions  220 = about a million…
  14. 14. what sort of things exist?“Everything on Earth:” Places, People, Creative Works, Life Forms, TechnologicalArtifacts
  15. 15. ny-pictures.com
  16. 16. geospatial selection + Wikipedia graph
  17. 17. The only way is noway…The only limits areno limits…The only taxonomyis no taxonomy…
  18. 18. exploring the earth’s noösphere people creative works places inventions life formsNoösphere, according to the thought of Vladimir Vernadsky and Teilhard deChardin, denotes the "sphere of human thought".
  19. 19. ookaboo.com takes off
  20. 20. topics pictures sources Network analysis + Text analysisookaboo + Social
  21. 21. ookaboo
  22. 22. ookaboo semantic API http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thailand APIThanks: Andyindia, Echiner1, Rene Eherhardt
  23. 23. Why don’t computers understand human language? The Ink is In The Pen The Pig is In The PenThanks: Seaniz, GiangHồThịHoàng, Claudia Scholz and
  24. 24. the human memome project One ring to bind them all?
  25. 25. Top-down? Bottom-up? Both!Merge data from a wide range of sources, continuously test against reality byperformance in practical applications
  26. 26. 21st century knowledge engineering R Databases D Logic F“machine learning” + rules + social + …
  27. 27. A Market in Common Sense
  28. 28. Linked Data Business Models Free Shared Vocabulary Enables …but the profit motive Interconnection… spurs investment to create quality data.
  29. 29. Ookaboo directions• Official RDF dump• More pictures• Better navigation• Better accuracy• Semantically targeted advertising
  30. 30. Questions? http://ookaboo.com/All images on Ookaboo are public domain or creative commons and can be used freely for commercial and non-commercial purposes
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